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The magic of New York City in the snow is too enticing for any one with a camera to miss. During some recent flurries I grabbed my cameras and headed from my apartment on 55th Street over to 7th Avenue and then up and over to Central Park. The giant flakes made for phenomenal texture. It was amazing to see the city functioning in the midst of this beautiful atmosphere.

Double Decker In The Snow
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, NYC, 2013
56th and 6th (Pride of Midtown)
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, NYC, 2013
The Corner of 55th and 7th
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, NYC, 2013
Black and White Snowy Facades
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, NYC, 2013
6th Avenue Taxi In The Snow
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, NYC, 2013
Central Park Bridge In The Snow
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, Central Park, NYC, 2013
Central Park Steps In The Snow
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, Central Park, NYC, 2013
Saxophonist In The Snow
Photo by Mark Giarrusso, Central Park, NYC, 2013

34 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve been an admirer of Mark Giarrusso’s work for some time. Aside from his artistic talent, he has an incredible knack for capturing the magic of New York for this displaced native New Yorker.

  2. Stunning photography! The saxophone player really comes alive amidst the cold snow. Wonderful work! 

  3. I can never find the words to express why I LOVE NYC. Mark’s photos solve that problem!

  4. Amazing ! Love how you capture how serene the city can actually be! Congrats on the blog , lookin forward to seeing more.

  5. The juxtaposition of the hustle and bustle of NYC and the serene snow falling is truly poetic.  Great shots. 

  6. I’m a huge fan of Mr. Giarrusso, and a collector…he capture’s the soul of NYC…a very daunting task to accomplish in photography…kudos!!

  7. Wow, wow, wow! Awesome shots! I love the fire trucks on the wet pavement. Really very cool, Mark!

  8. I enjoyed viewing Giarusso’s winter series, In it he’s managed to capture the full spectrum, from a glimpse of the sky during the storm, to city’s lights reflected, to the quietude of falling snow on water. Bravo!

  9. Mark is an extremely talented photographer – I have never visited NYC but it comes alive for me through his work.

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